What was happening at EMG Education on Teachers’ Day?
Vietnamese Teachers’ Day is annually held in Vietnam to celebrate the contribution of teachers, who have been dedicating themselves wholeheartedly to building a bridge to human knowledge for Vietnamese students and assisting them in reaching their purposes in the learning journey.
Teaching in Vietnam has given you many opportunities to participate in the fascinating atmosphere on this occasion. On Vietnamese Teachers’ Day, not only Vietnamese students but also all of society express their gratitude to teachers and retired teachers, including foreigners who are teaching in Vietnam.
The origin of Vietnamese Teachers’ Day
In July 1946, an international organization of teachers was established in Paris, named the World Federation of Teachers’ Unions (French: Fédération Internationale Syndicale des Enseignants, or FISE).
In 1949, at a conference in Warsaw, Poland, the World Federation of Teachers’ Unions adopted the “Charter of Teachers,” consisting of 15 chapters. The main content of the charter focused on the struggle against bourgeois and feudal education alongside the establishment of an educational system that protects the rights of teachers and elevates the responsibility and status of the teaching profession.
Subsequently, from August 26 to 30, 1957, in Warsaw, a FISE conference was held with the participation of 57 countries, including the Vietnam Education Union. At this conference, it was officially designated that the International Day of the Charter of Teachers (also known as International Teachers’ Day) would be observed on November 20.
Since Vietnam was officially unified in 1975, November 20 has become a traditional celebration in the field of education. Decision No. 167-HĐBT was issued by the Council of Ministers (now the Government) on September 28, 1982, officially designating November 20 as the commemoration day for Vietnamese teachers (also known as Vietnamese Teachers’ Day). This is also a special occasion to motivate everyone to show gratitude and recognition to all teachers for their tremendous contributions in respectful and meaningful ways.
Which unforgettable memories were saved during the events?
To propagate the meaningful tradition of Vietnam and to inspire EMG’s staff and foreign teachers in particular who have been teaching in Vietnam on their journey of connecting and nurturing knowledge in the future, we organized a gift-giving activity on November 20. This event was regarded as a special occasion to honor the tireless dedication of all employees at EMG Education.
Let’s take a look at some unforgettable moments from this day with EMG!
Thankfulness and recognition from EMG Education
On this significant day, EMG Education would like to express our sincere appreciation for accompanying us throughout the path of leading and connecting Vietnamese students to human knowledge.
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|EMG Education is one of the largest private education organizations in Vietnam. Its mission is to provide Vietnam learners across all ages an opportunity and the right preparation to succeed on the global stage. Founded in 2005, EMG Education has always been an innovative trailblazer in Vietnam’s education scene, constantly finding new ways to empower Vietnamese learners by expanding their access to world-class curricular and learning materials, and globally-recognized qualifications.